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CSPAN
Sep 15, 2011 10:00am EDT
the gentleman from minnesota seek recognition? >> mr. speaker, purr superintendent to house resolution 372 i call up h.r. 2 587 and ask for its immediate consideration in the house. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report the title of the bill. the clerk: union calendar number 118, h.r. 2587, a bill to prohibit the national labor relations board from ordering any employer to close, relocate or transfer employment under any circumstance. the speaker pro tempore: pursuant to house resolution 372, the amendment in the nature of a substitute recommended by the committee on education and the work force printed in the bill is adopted and the bill as amended is considered read. the gentleman from minnesota, mr. kline, and the gentleman from new jersey, mr. andrews, will each control 30 minutes. the chair recognizes the gentleman from minnesota. mr. kline: thank you, mr. speaker. i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days in which to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 2587. the speaker pro tempore: without objection. mr. kline:
PBS
Sep 7, 2011 12:00am PDT
transferred even further away from calm to a facility in rochester, minnesota. that is kind of a good news/bad news for us. the facility, as i understand, in minnesota is more of an medical facility that can take care of his needs more as they arise. but this puts him more away from his wife, also in hurt -- her eighties. his emotional standpoint, and there are issues involving his cognitive ability, it probably will not be a good thing that he is moving to minnesota, that much further from home. tavis: i am paraphrasing, the jury really had no choice based upon the facts that were presented to them. never mind their respect and their regard for mr. mcnair of. they had to find him guilty, given what the letter of the law says. when, if, and how mr. minner ever came to terms with his own guilt, and how you, as a lawyer, represented him in the courtroom, -- when, if, and how mr. mcnair ever came to terms? >> it was one of those situations, tavis, where it was a crime of intent. defense lawyers try cases of intent. when there were so other -- many other mitigating factors that we were able to
CBS
Sep 1, 2011 4:30am EDT
reported last month. 11-year-old nate smith of minnesota made a miracle hockey shot for a $50,000 prize. we now know he won't get that money. that's because nate's identical twin brother, nick, was supposed to take the shot. the company insuring the event says they can't pay for legal reasons, but they will donate $20,000 to youth hockey in minnesota. >>> coming up, in sports, it is an inside-the-park home run for brewers ryan braun, well, kind of. brine, well, kind of. here you go. i'm proud to be a healthcare professional with va. our work truly fulfills america's promise to take care of our veterans, and that's rewarding. i can use my current license to work for va anywhere in the u.s. and since it's one of the world's most advanced healthcare systems, we can get to the heart of what our patients really need. ♪ (announcer) learn more about careers with today's va at vacareers.va.gov. if you think occasional irregularity is no big deal, think twice. it may be a sign that your digestive system could be working better. listen to this with occasional irregularity, things your body doesn't
CW
Sep 13, 2011 9:00pm CDT
into tomorrow huge wildfires minnesota 400 mi. away impacting us in chicago. >> what is burning? that is the question many people asking today. the source is hundreds of miles away. >> strange to hear of that in the air coming from that far away >> all around chicago area you can smell the smoke but there was no major fire at least not here. >> kind of yuri or something trying to figure out what it was >> more than 400 mi. away northeast minnesota. creek forest fire started with a lightning strike on august 18th now covering 60,000 a.. cold front and the wind carried a heavy haze burning odor all of the way to chicago and the suburbs. >> conditions are perfect for this to happen northern illinois. >> schaumburg fire department received 100 calls wanting to know was something on fire? wondering about the unknown a fire burning somewhere we were not notified. a short period of the unknown but shortly thereafter started to receive information >> air quality chicago area still could-immoderate officials mccaffrey lake county said it out alerts orurging those with cardiac trou
CSPAN
Sep 8, 2011 1:00pm EDT
purpose does the gentleman from minnesota rise? >> mr. speaker, i ask unanimous consent that all members may have five legislative days to revise and extend their remarks and include extraneous material on h.r. 2218. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, so ordered. pursuant to house resolution 392 and rule 18, the chair declares the house in the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for consideration of h.r. 2218. the chair appoints the gentleman from arkansas, mr. womack, to preside over the committee of the whole. the chair: the thousands is in the committee of the whole house on the state of the union for the consideration of h.r. 2218 which the clerk will report by title. the clerk: a bill to amend the charter school program under the elementary and secondary education act of 1965. the chair: the house will be in order. members please take your conversations from the floor. clear the aisles. pursuant to the rule, the bill is considered as read the first time of the the gentleman from minnesota, will klein -- mr. klein, and the gentleman from california, mr. ge
CSPAN
Sep 15, 2011 5:00pm EDT
minnesota is recognized. mr. kline: thank you, mr. speaker. at this time i am pleased to yield three minutes to the chair of the health employment labor and pensions subcommittee, the gentleman from tennessee, dr. roe. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman from tennessee is recognized for three minutes. mr. roe: i thank the gentleman for yielding. mr. speaker, i rise in strong support of america's job creators and h.r. 2587, the protecting jobs from government interference act. what this bill does is simple, if amends -- it amends the nlra, national labor relations act, passed in 1935, and prohibits the national labor relations board from ordering employees to relocate, shut down, or transfer employment under any circumstance. in other words, it allows managers to make business decisions in the best interests of their company and employees. in filing the complaint against boeing, the nlrb's general counsel has put 1,100 good-paying south carolina jobs at risk. mr. speaker, i was in south carolina about five weeks ago and viewed that plant. it's a huge plant with 1,100 people working. today,
ABC
Sep 15, 2011 12:00pm EDT
actually tied a record low of 36. way up north, northern minnesota, this tells you how cold and unseasonably cold this air mass is. in international falls minnesota, along the border with canada that was a record low. not only that, it was the first time in that weather station's history that it went down into the teens in the month of september. so, very cold air in place especially across the upper midwest. for us, we will see these 50's continue to push into the region, but the air modifies a little bit as it moves further south into the washington area. it warms up. not talking 20's, not talking teens, not really '30's. by tomorrow morning we will widespread the and the 40's. the last time we did that was in early may at right in action. we think it will be about 51 by tomorrow morning. here is the satellite radar. not much of rain along the frontal boundary but as it moves into the metro area more unstable air, i think it will fire off a bang some areas of thunderstorms and maybe a brief strong storm later this afternoon and into the early evening. by 11:00
ABC
Sep 15, 2011 5:00am EDT
of brain cancer and she says she is doing this for him. >>> news time 5:13. the biggest fire minnesota has seen in decades. it's not just minnesota feeling the effects. how it started and what floated -- slowed it down a bit for firefighters. >>> and they hold the weirdest bragging rights but somebody what are they doing? somebody got to do it. we will take you to a ceremony for the guinness book of world records when "good morning maryland returns. thank you for starting your day with us. ries. thanks bruce. thanks bruce. it's really great to be here today, it is. mark and i just wrote this great book called goat, me, che >>> now "good morning maryland. >>> a change in weather has crews trying to stop the spread of a wild fire. it has grown by 100,000 acres and sent smoke to the canadian border. it's the biggest fire they have seen in decades in minnesota. it grew nearly 10 fold in a week. firefighters are putting energies into battling it from the air and setting up fire lines. >> one of the interfaces with infrastructure and potentially threatening homes and that's where we have to step
SFGTV
Sep 3, 2011 12:00pm PDT
the noise about a block away. we can get some more noise complaints from the people that live on minnesota street. i don't think any ofi nothing te complained today about this matter. another complaint was from 601, minnesota. and then one man complains about the noise, and all of the violence. this is the apartment building off the map. i am neutral on this permit. the permit that we have is we go to the visit the noise problem. i know that denise is always very vocal about this, and always makes their concerns known. something is just not clicking here. we are detailing what 250 feet maine.
CBS
Sep 4, 2011 7:30am PDT
jobs on thursday, we'll talk to two republican candidates who surprised the pundits: minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann, who is doing much better than expected; and former utah governor jon huntsman who has found rough going as the moderate in the race. it's all ahead on "face the nation." captioning sponsored by cbs from cbs news in washington, bob schieffer. >> schieffer: good morning again. welcome to "face the nation." we welcome republican presidential candidate michele bachmann. she is with us this morning from her home state of minnesota. she's in minneapolis. good morning, congresswoman. >> good morning, bob. good to be with you. >> schieffer: thank you. and to get the economy going, you and most of the republicans-- i want to just dive right in here-- are calling for reducing taxes on corporations. but yesterday sarah palin went all of you one better. she called for just eliminating all corporate taxes. listen to this. >> i propose to eliminate all federal corporate income tax. hear me out on this. ( cheers and applause ) this is how we create millions of high-p
Comedy Central
Sep 6, 2011 11:30pm PDT
. >> stephen: sir, you recently dropped out of the presidential race. former governor of minnesota, promising presidential candidate. now you're out. why did you drop out after ames? >> i was out of money. i came in third place behind michele bachmann and ron paul. i think that's enough for any one person to endure. (laughter). (cheers and applause). >> stephen: nicely done. the fact that you're out of money makes you relatable to so many americans right now. (laughter) he's like me, they say. so you came in third with 2,293 votes, right? >> that's right. >> all right, and the guy who came in sixth, perry, had 718 votes. now he's number one. you were number three. he went from six to one, you could have gone from three to negative two which i think means you're automatically president. >> yes. >> stephen: could you not have gotten a bank loan. (laughter) >> well, we want to do this at a level that will be successful. we didn't want to survive, we wanted to win. this is taking on more and more of a reality t.v. show component, these races. you've got to have not just money but you've got to ha
Comedy Central
Sep 15, 2011 11:00pm PDT
this week's cnn tea party amerigasm, you know minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann scored some points on governor rick perry on his hpv vaccine order. >> i'm a mom of three children and to have innocent little 12-year-old girls to be forced to have an injection through executive order is flat out wrong. i'm offended for all the little girls and parentses that didn't have a choice. >> jon: oh! advantage bachmann. and she will give that advantage back in three, two. >> there's a woman who came up crying to me tonight after the debate. she said her daughter was given that vaccine. she told me her carte suffered mental retardation as a result of that vaccine. >> announcer: >> and now i am repeing that assertion unchecked, assuming there is a body of evidence to back this up. i'm sure there is, right? ( laughter ) for more on the vaccine controversy we're joined by daily show senior woman's correspondent, shall. what is your take on this whole vaccine issue? what is the vaccine about? >> well, frankly, i'm just excited people are talking about women's health. anything to distract us from
PBS
Aug 31, 2011 6:30pm PDT
a one-term president! >> so says minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann, the leader of the tea party caucus in the u.s. house of representatives. and the numbers may bear that out. there are 14 months before the november 6, 2012 presidential election. president obama finds himself in a dead heat with not one, not two, not, three, but four republican presidential candidates. so says the gallop poll this week. massachusetts governor mitt romney leads president obama 48 to 46 among registered voters. texas governor rick perry is tied with president obama, 47 to 47. texas congressman ron paul is trailing president obama by two points, 47 to 45. and minnesota congresswoman michele bachmann is behind president obama 48 to 44. all four are within a four- point margin every error. but there's more to the obama bad news. the same gallop poll shows mr. obama is also losing the support of in the swing voters. swing voters broke heavily for mr. obama in 2008, 55%, securing the presidency for him. but 2012 is a different story. three republican contendersobam independents. obama with romney 47, o
Univision
Sep 17, 2011 6:30pm PDT
muertos en minnesota. un bombardeo en la frontera de colombia con ecuador habría propinado un fuerte golpe a las farc. un matrimonio mexicano victima de la separación familiar por la deportación pide justicia. >> éste es noticiero univisión fin de semana. >> bienvenidos. fantasmangalopando así se llamaba el avión que se desplomó enuna exhibición aérea. son al menos nueve de los muertos. comenzamos nuestra cobertura con jaime garcía quien viajó a nevada y los enero último. adelante. >> el piloto de 74 años de titulada escala de que como tú señalar cayó la tierra. llevaba 30 años en este tipo de competencias. son aviones que corren alrededor de un óvale exactamente igual que las carreras de auto móviles. lo que no se sabe es porque este avión se desplomó a tierra. >> investigadores de la comisión nacional para la seguridad en el transporte llegaron al pequeño aeropuerto de reno para investigar las causas que provocaron el dramático desplome de un pequeño avión de la segunda guerra mundial, que cayó sobre las gradas. murió el piloto identificado como j
NBC
Sep 3, 2011 6:00pm PDT
-4. >>> minnesota versus usc. second quarter, usc up 6-0. that's matt barkley, and he's going deep to find robert woods. 43 yards later, that's a touchdown. two-point conversion would fail. usc on top 12-0. usc's lead minnesota down 2. usc hangs on 19-17. >>> switching gears to the diamond, a's getting a great performance off the bump for the mariners. cliff pennington snaps the base hit to left. to put the a's up 2-0. brandon mccarthy pitched a gem. a's win 3-0. and that's it for a full day in sports. back to you. >> thank you very much, john henry. >>> california's state parks system is preparing for a new round of cuts that could affect a quarter of its parks historic areas and preserves. the new closures would hit the bay area hard. there are more than a dozen parks on the list including redwoods and samuel p. tail lower. the closure is expected to save the state millions over two years. more than half of the parks have already been affected. the rest include reductions in staff, hours, restrooms and parking facilities. the california parks foundation is working with legislators to work out p
CBS
Sep 14, 2011 4:00am PDT
in minnesota is blanketing much of the northern midwest. the fire is in minnesota's north woods near the canadian border and has blackened nearly 160 square miles. the smoke has drifted south and east as far as chicago. 600 miles away. >>> just ahead on the morning news, complaints from an airline passenger who is stripped searched on the knife anniversary. >>> plus the woman who was fired for taking time off so she could donate a kidney to her child. >>> first, though, scott pelley has a preview of tonight's "cbs evening news". >>> we ask the man who built the multibillion starbucks empire how he would fix the economy. that is tonight on the "cbs evening news." in here, pets never get lost. ♪ in here, every continent fits in one room. it was fun, we played football outside. why are you sitting in the dark? ♪ [ male announcer ] in here, you're never away from home. it's the at&t network. and what's possible in here is almost impossible to say. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on p of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing ca
SFGTV
Sep 17, 2011 12:30pm PDT
away. we can get some more noise complaints from the people that live on minnesota street. i don't think any ofi nothing te complained today about this matter. another complaint was from 601, minnesota. and then one man complains about the noise, and all of the violence. this is the apartment building off the map. i am neutral on this permit. the permit that we have is we go to the visit the noise problem. i know that denise is always very vocal about this, and always makes their concerns known. something is just not clicking here. we are detailing what 250 feet maine. -- mean. this is an issue, and this is an issue that needs to be figured out. and also, this is where the residents are at. these buildings close up at night. they have problems keeping this under control. >> thank you. >> use of the last complaint was from july 4. >> july 4, we had the july 4 weekend. and maybe this was the second or the third. this was sunday evening. >> do you know how many complaints that you are getting, in general? >> particularly, we had a couple of calls -- to the non-emergency number. ther
ABC
Sep 15, 2011 6:30am EDT
in minnesota. it sent smoke to the cay neighedan border. it's the -- canadian border. it's the biggest in minnesota. cooler temperatures and calmer winds slowed it down yesterday but not enough to keep it from turning more wilderness into ash. >> when it interfaces with infrastructure, potentially threatening homes, that's where we have to step in and try to turn things around. >> the smoke from the fire blanketed cities -- cities hundreds of miles away includingchicago. 36 homes near the fire have been evacuated. lightning is said to be blame for the spark of it last month. >>> police released a video of a burglary at a kohl's department store in california and the car you see is ramming into the store's front door and does it three times before the doors gabe way. three men you will see run inside and grab jewelry display stands and leave. the problem is, no definitive id on the guys. >> explosion it is what it sound like. >> it was the loudest thing i heard. >> between 30 and 40 miles an hour. >> hit accelerator and blew through the front door to the back of the store. >> customers
CBS
Sep 22, 2011 11:00pm EDT
number one followed by gallery place, largo town center, len ant and minnesota avenue -- l'enfant and minnesota avenue. >> whether it is perception or reality, our clients are concerned about largo. not -- bodily harm. life-threatening kinds of things. >> looking at the crime in and around those locations, not in the metro but in and around those areas, you'll find you're much more safer in the metro system. >> metro police say crimes like car break-ins, bike thefts and robberies are down. there is a slight increase in assaults. there were no rapes or murders reported. >> look over my shoulder. these are the images of lives it torn apart by fast-moving waters. just a week ago, heavy floods washed out a mobile home park. now, the evacuees who once lived there are left looking for a place to call home. our ken molestina is live in woodbridge with more on the search. ken? >> reporter: derek, the floodwaters, they are gone tonight. they are no longer here but what is here is the destruction, the damage left behind. still very much clear. i'll tell you something, there is a very
CSPAN
Sep 3, 2011 5:30pm EDT
,000 jobs or risk. in minnesota, more than 12 nelson. in florida, over 35,000 people could be out of work if congress does not act. that makes no sense and is completely avoidable. there is no reason to put more jobs at risk in an industry that has been one of the hardest hit in this recession. there is no reason to cut off funding for transportation projects at a time when so many of our roads are congested, so many of our bridges are in need of repair, and so many businesses are feeling the cost of delays. this is not a democratic or republican issue. it is an american issue. last week i was joined our representatives from the afl-cio and the chamber of congress, two group to do not see eye to eye on much, but who agree it is critically important for our economy that congress act now. that is what one had the 28 mayors from both parties wrote to congress asking them to come together and pass a clean extension. these are local leaders on the ground every day and know what would happen to there are -- to their communities if congress fails to act. i am calling on congress to pass a clean
CSPAN
Sep 17, 2011 10:15pm EDT
. that is sunday at 10:00 and 6:00 on c-span. sunday, speeches by texas gov. rick perry and minnesota rep michele bachmann. >> i was not one of those people who knew at the age of 12 that he wanted to be a doctor or a lawyer or a governor or president. i spent many a night pondering my purpose. wondering whatod, to do with this one life. what i learned as i wrestled with god is that i did not have to have all the answers. they would be revealed to me in due time. >> as nominee of the republican party, i will also tell you, i will not rest until i cadillac to 13 more like mine did titanium's find senators who will go with me and also repeal obama-care. i will go all across the country. i will raise money for them. i will do whatever it takes to make sure they are elected. we must have a filibuster-proof senate and that is the magic number that we need to get 13 more senators. >> watch both speeches tomorrow night at 9:30 on c-span. >> the george w. bush is to do it held a two-day global help some of this week. george w. bush opened the session. following his remarks, former secretary of state cond
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